An all-new Drift of Signifieds piece recorded on Hallowe’en 2015, “Parpaing & Tonic”, can be heard on the latest in Classwar Karaoke‘s series of crowdfunding albums which aim to support the future release of their début physical CD collection.
INVEIGH, the noise by Classwar Karaoke
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Zali Krishna provided the sounds; Drift of Signifieds remade and mangled them in software as “Drift of Signifieds meets Zali Krishna Uptown” – and Classwar Karaoke hosted the results as part of their 28th survey.
A not-entirely chance meeting with oMMM in Paris in May 2014 resulted in a remixed re-imagining of a live recording layered with sounds of the metro ligne 11 and the halls of The Louvre. The results can be heard on Classwar Karaoke‘s 26th Survey.
Another preview from In Dub.
The rainy-season field recording “Faubourg St Juliette,” a ghostly faux-memoir of Nouvelle Orléans, can be found among the 136 tracks on the landmark 25th Classwar Karaoke Survey.
A new DoS track, “Ist est Sicher? Ist est Samba?” can be found on the second Add Rhythm Allstars compilation album, Bossa Boogaloo:
A new Drift of Signifieds piece, “Thé à la Menthe,” appears on the 99-track 侘寂 (Wabi-Sabi) compilation on Pimpmelon Records, available to download now (pay what you will).
Drift of Signifieds (or is it) joins a host of International Rhythm Stars on the Add Rhythm Sampler, available for free download here.
In 1967 the Harrow based Ad Rhythm Records put out its first three 7 inch singles, entitled Add Rhythm. Rather than featuring complete songs, each of them contained four drum . . . → Read More: Shift of Dignifieds contribute to Add Rhythm Sampler
There are Drift of Signifieds contributions to the two most recent Classwar Karaoke surveys, Nos. 21 (DoS track “St Charles Canal St Lee Circle“) and 22 (“Beneath the Paving Stones, The Breach“).
The collections are available to download from the Free Music Archive.
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Recovered from the archives – a remix of Giant Paw‘s “Feral” from 2009.